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"The state of California is a major world power. It has the 10th largest economy in the world, a population greater than Canada, and a worldwide influence on media and popular culture. It deserves its own seat in the United Nations." The response should discuss federalism, the definition of a nation, and the powers of state governments. (Don't even know how to get started)

HippoCampus U.S. History & Government
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If California split off from the USA, it would hurt our country. It would hurt us economically, by taking away a big chunk of our wealth. California doesn’t deserve a seat in the UN. The UN is only for nations; people in California are US citizens; they do not have a culture or a culture that is exclusive to the rest of the US. In this sense, California is not a nation. Federalism is the system where states and national governments share power. There's what i put. I'd flip some words around if i were you.

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